The Stripe jobs page [https://stripe.com/jobs] is the best jobs page. Writing the page required a clarity of purpose that's driven the fintech startup's success in raising $1.6B [https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/stripe/company_financials], attracting talent [https://twitter.com/patio11], and launching new products [https:
I didn't intend to become a manager. But today, I'm the CEO and the sole people manager of a 10-person company. I left Google in part because becoming a manager was the only way I could get another promotion. While I "consistently exceeded expectations" as an individual contributor, my career
When hiring at Tortuga [http://www.tortugabackpacks.com], > [W]e look for signals that someone can be productive outside of an office. From Why We Work Remotely [https://www.fredperrotta.com/why-we-work-remotely/] Andrew Youderian asked me for more specifics on his Ecommerce Fuel Podcast [https://www.ecommercefuel.com/podcast/]. You
I was nervous to hire Tortuga's first customer service (CS) person. Hiring a good rep would be a challenge, but the scariest part was that we weren't just hiring our first CS employee, we were hiring our first employee. > What if we hire the wrong person? What if I'm a
> Credit is due to Rodolphe [https://twitter.com/rdutel] from Remotive [https://remotive.io/] for the title of this post. I immediately wrote this line down when he said it in his workshop at DNX Global [https://www.dnxglobal.com/] in Lisbon last month. In this post, I'll expand on
When you're applying for a job, know your audience and tell them how you will make their life easier.